Wisdom Sharing–A Deepening Retreat at Ghost Ranch
October 13, 2014 - October 17, 2014
Price: $455- $900
With these illustrious leaders, Alice Walker, Gloria Steinham and Dr. Chung Hyun Kyung, we will explore ways to support growth and the development of the feminine voice and balanced leadership in the world today.
- To create a gathering where a “deep sharing” of Women’s Wisdom occurs.
- To allow women and men to be stirred, taught and guided by exceptional teachers/mentors–women who have deep feminine wisdom and life experience as well as deep investment with activism and the feminist movement.
- To break open and explore the breath and depth of the gift of the feminine voice and feminine leadership in our world today.
- To support the continued growth and development of an intergenerational movement including women and men which honors and embraces the integration of the feminine voice and leadership.
- To gather in a sacred landscape that embodies the wisdom and beauty of the deep and sacred feminine and provides an expansive space for creativity, healing, and self-discovery.
For an affordable lodging option Ghost Ranch offers rustic dorm guest rooms that that hold up to six guests. Share the cost for an economical way to be immersed in this magnificent landscape and experience this once-in-a-lifetime event! Communal bathrooms and showers are located down a breezeway. Register together and save!
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Ghost Ranch is awarding grants to nominees from the ages of mature high school students to wise elders. These full scholarships will enable individuals representing New Mexico’s Native and Hispanic populations to fully participate and share their cultural leadership traditions with others. To make a donation to the Ghost Ranch Wisdom Sharing Grants Program, click the image below.
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Alice Walker is an internationally celebrated author, poet and activist whose books include seven novels, four collections of short stories, four children’s books, and volumes of essays and poetry. She’s best known for The Color Purple, the 1983 novel for which she won the Pulitzer Prize—the first African American woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction, though (in her opinion) not the first African American woman to deserve it—and the National Book Award. The award-winning novel was adapted for Steven Spielberg’s 1985 film and later for the stage, opening at New York City’s Broadway Theatre in 2005, winning a Tony Award for best leading actress in a musical in 2006. READ MORE
Gloria Steinem is a writer, lecturer, editor, and feminist activist. She travels in this and other countries as an organizer and lecturer and is a frequent media spokeswoman on issues of equality. She is particularly interested in the shared origins of sex and race caste systems, gender roles and child abuse as roots of violence, non-violent conflict resolution, the cultures of indigenous peoples, and organizing across boundaries for peace and justice. READ MORE
Associate Professor Chung Hyun Kyung, graduated from Ewha Women’s University in Seoul with the B.A. (1979) and the M.A. (1981). She holds the M.Div. from the School of Theology at Claremont (1984), a diploma from the Women’s Theological Center in Boston (1984), and the Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary (1989). She is a lay theologian of the Presbyterian Church of Korea, as well as once having become a temporary Buddhist novice nun. In 1999, she lived for a year in a Buddhist monastery in the Himalayas studying mediation. Now she is in the process of becoming a dharma teacher at the Kwan Eum Zen School in New York City. She first came to international attention in 1991, when she made a now famous speech– a feminist/Asian/ Third World interpretation of the Holy Spirit–at the World Council of Churches in Canberra, Australia. She defines herself as a “salimist” (Korean Eco-feminist) from the Korean word “salim,” which means “making things alive.” READ MORE
For more information or if you would like to attend this workshop, but do not need lodging, please call the Registrar's Office for fee and registration at either 505.685.1001 or 505.685.1002 Monday-Friday, from 8:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. MST
Three ways to register:
- Download printable registration form and mail to: Ghost Ranch Registrar, HC77 Box 11, Abiquiu, NM 87510. OR scan and email your completed form to: registrar@GhostRanch.org
- Register by telephone at 877-804-4678, extension 4152 or 4155 — available Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. MST.